Associations to the word «Crossing»
CROSSING, noun. An intersection where roads, lines, or tracks cross
CROSSING, noun. A place at which a river, railroad, or highway may be crossed
CROSSING, noun. A voyage across a body of water
CROSSING, noun. (architecture) The volume formed by the intersection of chancel, nave and transepts in a cruciform church; often with a tower or cupola over it
CROSSING, noun. Movement into a crossed position.
CROSSING, noun. (graph theory) A pair of intersecting edges.
CROSSING, adjective. (rare) Extending or lying across; in a crosswise direction.
CROSSING, verb. Present participle of cross
CROSSING GUARD, noun. A person who directs vehicular traffic so that pedestrians, especially students, may cross the right of way.
CROSSING GUARDS, noun. Plural of crossing guard
CROSSING NUMBER, noun. (mathematics) The minimum, taken over all planar representations of a link or graph, of the number of times it crosses itself.
CROSSING ONE'S ARMS, verb. Present participle of cross one's arms
CROSSING ONE'S FINGERS, verb. Present participle of cross one's fingers
CROSSING OVER, verb. Present participle of cross over
CROSSING SWORDS, verb. Present participle of cross swords
CROSSING THE AISLE, verb. Present participle of cross the aisle
CROSSING THE FLOOR, verb. Present participle of cross the floor
CROSSING THE LINE, noun. (nautical) A ceremony performed onboard ship when members of the crew or passengers cross the equator for the first time
CROSSING, noun. Traveling across.
CROSSING, noun. A shallow area in a stream that can be forded.
CROSSING, noun. A point where two lines (paths or arcs etc.) intersect.
CROSSING, noun. A junction where one street or road crosses another.
CROSSING, noun. A path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other.
CROSSING, noun. (genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids.
CROSSING, noun. A voyage across a body of water (usually across the Atlantic Ocean).
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